Backstrom is one of those rare shows that I have no problem recommending to absolutely anyone. It isn't that I think everyone will like it, it's that I don't care if you end up not liking it. It's clever and the characters are all put together solidly, as opposed to focusing exclusively on the focal point.
Allegiance is one of those rare shows that is impossible to judge without seeing a fair portion of the season. It's trying to set up feints within feints, and drama boiling over the action and intrigue, but it could go a lot of different ways. If they play it right, they have the making of a massive hit, but you just can't be sure.
CSI: Cyber isn't the worst of the acronym-titled efforts out there, but it is probably the most confusing in terms of its target. It's filled with flash and spectacle, and loaded with very smart cops and sadly stupid plots and dialog. It's serviceable, in a strange way, and has a great cast, but it's silly. Which means it will probably be another hit.
Ash vs. The Evil Dead has taken the idea of "teaser" to a whole new place, but it's better than nothing.